21 February 2018 13:30
The Centre for study of insurance operations (CSIO) has officially launched its solution eDelivery ” My proof of insurance, allowing members of the CSIO to send to consumers of insurance documents for individuals and businesses by electronic means. Among the digital documents, you must provide proof of automobile insurance (eSlip), also known as the ” pink paper “.
The solution, developed by the CSIO in collaboration with insurers and brokers, including Gore Mutual, Northbridge Insurance and RSA Canada, no longer requires consumers to download applications for access to documents, submitted in PDF format. They can also use the digital wallet to their smart phone to store and display their eSlip. It is also possible for brokers to put their logo and that of the insurer on the documents.
The RCCAQ is waiting for the Authority
The Regroupement des cabinets de courtage d’assurance du Québec (RCCAQ) is part of the list of provincial associations that have adopted the solution. The Collection is now said to wait for the regulatory framework of thefinancial markets Authority in order to make the solution available to its members. At the time of publication, the Authority has not responded to the questions of the insurance Journal about the regulatory framework.
As soon as this stage will be reached, firms will be invited to participate in an online training offered by the CSIO in order to better inform themselves about the functioning of the platform.